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Post GameMar 8, 1 month ago

Time stays on Bruins’ side in unique win over Wings

Time stays on Bruins’ side in unique win over Wings

The Boston Bruins beat the clock on Saturday afternoon. Less than 23 hours later, they beat Old Man Time. After a dramatic game-tying goal by Brad Marchand with 14 ticks left in regulation – and the game-winner over the Flyers in OT, the Black and …

Post GameMar 8, 1 month ago

Weekend sweep a confidence booster for Bruins

Weekend sweep a confidence booster for Bruins

Entering this weekend’s back-to-back contests against the Philadelphia Flyers and Detroit Red Wings at TD Garden, the Boston Bruins were hoping for some kind of boost to create some distance in the wild card race and perhaps build their momentu…

Post GameMar 7, 1 month ago

Brad Marchand the hero in much-needed win over Flyers

Brad Marchand the hero in much-needed win over Flyers

In a season that has been a roller coaster ride, the Boston Bruins needed two points against a Philadelphia Flyers team chasing them for the final wild card spot in the Eastern Conference. In a game that seemed to get away from them in the third per…

Post GameMar 6, 1 month ago

Bruins need to put excuses away and focus on hockey

Bruins need to put excuses away and focus on hockey

It took 65 minutes and eight rounds of the shootout for the Bruins night to end on a sour note. After blowing leads of 1-0 and 2-1, defenseman David Schlemko beat Tuukka Rask with a nifty move in the shootout to give the Flames the 4-3 victory. Schle…

Post GameMar 6, 1 month ago

Lack of discipline dooms B’s in shootout loss to Flames

Lack of discipline dooms B’s in shootout loss to Flames

One can argue that the Boston Bruins lack of finish was the biggest reason why they lost Thursday’s game against the Calgary Flames, but don’t ignore their lack of discipline in the 4-3 shootout loss. The Black and Gold got the start they wan…

Post GameMar 1, 2 months ago

Wily Bruins flatten Coyotes, 4-1

Wily Bruins flatten Coyotes, 4-1

In a rare Saturday start at 5:30 p.m., the Bruins were fresh of a Ryan Spooner OT goal that pitch-forked the New Jersey Devils, 3-2, less than 24 hours before in Newark. Those two points stretched Boston’s playoff lead for the eighth and final spot…